Earth Day: Let Inspire Everyone to Save the Earth

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Published on April 22, 2022 | Nature

Earth Day

Do you know that earth day is celebrated annually on 22 April? This day is aimed at promoting the awareness of the health of the environment. Earth day is celebrated by billion people around the globe.

When does it start?

Earth Day is started in 1970 when 20 million of Americans protested in the street for more environmental protection. In 1990, the Erath Day becomes globally popular. It is over 200 billion people organizing and united, fighting for the climate protections across 141 countries. Recently. In 2018, young people begin to strike for climate change, led by Greta Thunberg in Sweden. At that time, there are around 2,200 strikes organized in 125 countries from 2018 – 2019.

This day has its own theme every year. In 2022, the theme highlights a new challenge every year, and the theme for this year is ‘Climate Change’, according to Earth Day Network.

What should I do for Earth Day?

If you’re looking for an event, like a group cleanup project, or climate strike rally to join, visit the global interactive map on Earth Day Networks’ website. There are many things to do to support our planet, and multiple ways to get connected locally to your community on Earth Day.

Activities I should do to save the Earth

  1. Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

Get creative with new ways to switch up you commute, or your daily routine. Instead of driving your own car to your destinations, let’s take a walk or use public transportation.

  1. Reuse and Recycle

Minimize any plastic need for your daily activity. Nowadays, there are technology that can recycle any used-plastic to make it reusable. Not only that, you can also change any plastic into other resources. For instance, you can stop using plastic straw and change it into aluminum or bamboo straw.

  1. Save Electricity

You can start by turning off any electric components in your house when it is not used.

  1. Switch up your diet

The BBC reported that if the entire world become vegan and eat no red-meat by 2050, food-related emissions would decrease by about 60%. If the world went vegan instead, emission would decrease by 70%.

The earth needs us now. Let’s do something real and save our beloved home planet together. Let the Earth Day inspires everyone to warmly hug out planet and make it a better place for us and our next generations.